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Tuesday, November 26, 2013 Cold Spring Record Page 7 cers (Editor's Note: in memory of "That's on the standard mod- gality of the stop...and still it Cold Spring/Richmond police of- el?" asked the angel, keeps its sense of humor. ricer Tom Decker who lost his life The Lord nodded. "One pair "This officer also has phenom- while on duty on November 29, that sees through a bulge in a enal personal control. He can 2012) pocket before he asks, "May I see deal with crime scenes painted in When the Lord was creating what's in there, sir?" (When he hell, coax a confession from a police officers, he was into his already knows and wishes he'd child abuser, comfort a murder sixth day of working overtime taken that accounting job.) victim's family, and then read in when an angel appeared and "Another pair here in the side the daily paper how law enforce- said, '`you sure are doing a lot of of his head for his partner's safe- ment isn't sensitive to the rights fiddling around on this one." ty. of criminal suspects." And the Lord said, "Have you "And another pair of eyes here Finally, the angel bent over read the specs on this order? in front that can look reassuring- and ran her finger across the "A police officer has to be able ly at a bleeding victim and say, cheek of the police officer. to run five miles through alleys 'You'll be all right ma'am,' when "There's a leak," she pronounced. in the dark, scale walls, enter he knows it isn't so." "I told you that you were trying homes the health inspector "Lord," said the angel, touch- to put too much into this model." wouldn't touch, and not wrinkle ing his sleeve, "why don't you "That's not a leak," said the his uniform. He has to be able to rest and work on this tomorrow?" Lord, "it's a tear." sit in an undercover car all day "I can't," said the Lord, "I al- "What's the tear for?" asked on a stakeout, cover a homicide ready have a model that can talk the angel. scene that night, canvas the a 250 pound drunk into a patrol "it's for the bottled-up emo- neighborhood for witnesses, and car without incident and feed a tions, for fallen comrades, for testify in court the next day. He family of five on a civil service commitment to that funny piece has to be in top physical condi- paycheck." of cloth called the American flag, tion at all times, running on The angel circled the model of for justice." black coffee and half-eaten meals, the police officer very slowly, "You're a genius," said the an- And he has to have six pairs of "Can it think?" she asked, gel. hands." "You bet," said the Lord. "It The Lord looked somberly at The angel shook her head can tell you the elements of a the angel and said, "I'm no ge- slowly and said, "Six pairs of hundred crimes; recite Miranda nius, I didn't put the tear in his hands...no way." warnings in its sleep; detain, in- eye!" "It's not the hands that are vestigate, search, and arrest a causing me problems," said the gang member on the street in -Author Unknown Lord, "it's the three pairs of eyes less time than it takes five an officer has to have." learned judges to debate the le- 9 Ladies VFW Auxiliary 6915 asks for community donations The Ladies V.F.W. Auxiliary sew, home sewn are perfect. 6915, Cold Spring, is asking for These pillow eases will be shared pillow cases for the Holidays. with Ronald McDonald House, This will be the 2nd year that Argyle Place, and Hope Lodge. the project with the V.F.W. Aux- These are homes for chemo, radi- Assumption Community, at iliary Department of MN is ask- ation, stem cell and lung trans- Thanksgiving and all year thru, ing for standard size pillow case plants, etc. for patients and fami- gives Thanks for it's wonderful, donations for the holidays. New lies; places of love and care while caring VOLUNTEERS who serve white, print or color and flannel your family is given special care. at Assumption Home and in the are accepted. Childrens prints Contact Lorraine Engelmeier, community, through Home are ideal; sports would be great! 685-3532 or 492-4023. Delivered Mealsand Rural Fabric donations of two yards Stearns Faith in Action. are needed. For those who like to We are very grateful! 253-7331 - 7 DAYS A WEEK - 6 AM - 7 PM November 26, 1783 - The can Legion works with the De- city of Annapolis, Maryland, was partment of Homeland Security the first peacetime U.S. capital, at the national, state and local November 26, 1941 - Presi- level to prepare for natural disas- dent Franklin D. Roosevelt signs ters. In many communities, a bill officially establishing the American Legion Posts serve as fourth Thursday in November as civil defense shelters and havens Thanksgiving Day. of relief in the event of catastro- November 26, 1969 - Lottery phe or attack on U.S. soil. The for Selective Service Draftees Bill Legion and DHS collaborate to was signed by President Nixon. help local posts prepare their November 26, 2002 - Presi- communities. For more info go to dent George W. Bush signed into www'legin'rg/dcuments/le- law a bill that created the De- gion/pdf/disaster 07.pdf partment of Homeland Security, the largest reorganization of the "Honoring our federal government in fifty years. Nation's Veterans" DID YOU KNOW: The Ameri- .................... ":: .: : As part of this year's HOME- TOWN PRIDE DAYS, along with a great variety of activities and events which have helped make the event successful, one of the new events was an expanded KID ZONE, sponsored in part by Mid- continent Communications and several other local businesses. Bob Rose chaired this event, which was well received! Along enjoying the many kids games and activi- ties, people were also asked to make a contribution to the local Food Shelf. At a recent wrap-up meeting, the HTP committee pre- sented a donation of $850 to the Food Shelf which will be used for local needs and to help secure a new "home" for the Food Shelf. The 2013 Hometown Pride Days Committee would like to say "THANK YOU" to all those who helped make the 2013 Festival a success! To all the businesses and organizations who contributed fi- nancially to expenses or by spon- soring an event, we say a heartfelt "THANK YOU" -- as the planning committee, we can't run the festi- val without your support. Thank you goes to Cold Spring City staff, along with Police and Fire Depart- Please use this email address for Cold Spring Record: csrecord @ midconetwork.com CLOSED THANKSGIVING EVENING Highway 23 Richmond $97-73OO (Located inside Southside Gas & Bait) www.graniteedgecafe.com Wel:omes you to Original Downtown Rockville Breakast served all day Lunch served at 11 am Full Dinner Menu [ TAKE.OJT ORDERS ] SPECIALS I PIZZA AVAILABLE ] Regular menu available. Reservations recommended, but not required. IL'| I DI i I b:IMI ,{IIIILI B'-[ f-,111 IM ,I l D1 Ill 'all ,.,u [I]P ! u KI] u I PiCk up by Wed, Hov, 27 =! bylp,m, ~T~/ HOURS: Sunday thru Thursday 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday & Saturday 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. your family to a Thanksgiving Day meal- make your reservations at one of our local restaurants today! Hometown Pride Days Chairpersons Lynn Schurman, Bob Rose and Rita Hennen present a check to Food Shelf Coordinator Elaine Dockendorf (third from left). ment personnel who helped infinally, a huge "Thank You" goes many ways. Thanks to the Cold to all local residents and visitors Spring American Legion, the Cold who came to any of the events this Spring Fire and Rescue year! We hope you had a great FIREFEST Committee, along time at HOMETOWN PRIDE with Jim Kraemer, Tim Kraemer, DAYS. We are beginning to plan and Bob Rose for their extra ef- for 2014, and invite anyone who forts this year. A special Thanks would like to get involved to join goes to Pete Weber for all his the committee by contacting Lynn work setting up stands and han- Schurman at the Cold Spring dling a variety of "Logistics." And Bakery for more information. VISIT FACEBOOK.COM/RONANDJUDY FOR SPECIALS! 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